I am not a religious person. I don't have massive atheist hangups either. I adhere to more of a Ricky Gervais mentality. There are people who do good and people who do bad and some are affiliated with an organized religion and some are not. I believe in the goodness of people. So I'm taking on a challenge from a friend who adheres to her buffet Catholic lifestyle (she'll hate me for saying that, but wait until you hear what she got me to agree to). My atheist portion of Lent, those 30 days where you give up something "bad" for you that you normally thrive on, to... I dunno... prove that you're just awesome like that... will be spent not using certain language which is normally deemed "profane" by most standards. By most, I guess I should say the main cable networks. And during the same time, she's giving up knee-jerk negativity to my line of work. I will not use my more familiar vernacular and she will be visiting Movie Hotties and not automatically condemning women for showing some skin.
I say all of this because it's the first thing that I think of when I venture upon pictures of Renee Olstead on red carpets. I think of how she is judged (even by me) from her hacked iPhone images that showed just how brazen she can get. This is a pretty girl who takes flak from people who only vaguely know who she is. She hasn't done anything bad. Taking nude pictures that you assumed would be for private use only isn't a crime against humanity. Neither is conspiring to get them leaked, if she actually participated in that. There is nothing illegal about enjoying Renee. From every angle that she can be Googled in.
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